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'Index: M', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 2: September 1546-January 1547 (1910), pp. 693-714. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80905 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Maas river. See Meuse.

Maastricht (Mastreght, Mastryk, Maestrecht, Maystrycke, Mastricht), i. 145, 163, 179, 211, 212 (p. 104), 214 (p. 106), 232, 312, 317, 323 (p. 162), 337, 340, 412–3, 450, 453, 455, 492, 513, 550, 615, 1312, 1355; ii. p. 461.

-, letters dated at, i. 256–7, 276, 284–6, 305–6, 314–5, 318, 340.

Mableston, John, clk., last subprior of St. John of Jerusalem in England, i. g. 970 (1).

Mabonyon, co. Cardigan, ii. g. 648 (55).

Mabunt, Ric., ii. g. 773 i. (28).

McArte, Chaier, i. 918.

MacCarthy Reagh, Irish chief, i. 275 ii.

Macclesfield (Maxfelde) Chesh., i. g. 970 (38), 1383 (38).

McConel, James. See Isles, lord of the.

Macdonald, Donald MacConnell, lord of the Isles, q.v.

-, Rory McAllister or Ronaldson, dean of Morvern, bp elect of the Isles, i. 138, 219, 275, 815, 1273; ii. 156 (p. 66), 475 (26).

-, -, letter from, i. 815.

McDonalds, the, of Clanronald, and of the North and South Isles, i. 114.

McEgowyn, Schain, i. 924.

McGeoghegan (MacGoghecan), —, Irish chief, i. 480.

McGilpatrick, Bernard, baron of Upper Ossory, i. 480, 915, 920, 1362.

McGwyllem (Macquylyn), —, Irish chief, i. 915.

Macham, Thos., i. g. 149 (18).

Machell, John, i. g. 302 (65 p. 152), 1537 (1).

Machynlleth (Machenlleth), co. Montgomery, ii. 446, 537.

McIans, the Scottish clan (Claneayn), 114.

McKlayn. See McLean.

Mackstock, Warw. See Maxstock.

Mackworth, Derb., i. 1157.

Maclaise, John, ii. 678.

McLean (McKlayn) or Maclane, Allan, of Gigha, i. 114.

-, Patrick, brother of lord M., i. 219, 275, 815, 1273; ii. 156 (p. 66), 475 (26).

-, letter from, i. 815.

McLeod (McCloid), Roderic, of the Lewis, i. 159, 162, 393, 555, 902, 1170, 1363.

Macline. See Mechlin.

McMahon, —, Irish chief, i. 915.

-, Raymond, Romish bp. of Clogher (22 Aug., 1546), i. 1497.

-, (McMahown), Rory, i. 920.

McNamara (Macnemarrowe), —, Irish chief, i. 915.

Mâcon (Mascon), in France, ii. 77.

-, letter dated at, ii. 53.

Mâcon, Peter du Chastel bp. of, i. 423.

Macon, Thos., ii. 682.

Macquylyn. See McGwyllem.

MacShane (Fitz Johne), Sir Gerald, i. 281, 295.

Maçuelo, Ant. See Mazuelo.

Macye, Alice, Joan, John and Wm., ii. g. 771 (7).

Madder, i. 991, 1397; ii. 604:—g. 476 (103).

Madder, Chr., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Maddington alias Winterbourn M., Wilts, i. g. 302 (65).

Maddokkes. See Madox.

Maddy, Robt., ii. p. 437.

Made, Wm., ii. g. 476 (78).

Madeley, Salop, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Madeley, Staff., i. p. 771.

Made Morton, Bucks. See Moreton.

Madenburga. See Magdeburg.

Madenwell, Wm, i. g. 504 (1).

Madewe, John, divinity reader at Cambridge, vice-chancellor, i. 963 (39); ii. 572, 775 (f. 109).

Madock, Gl'm, escheator of Brecknock, ii. g. 773 ii.

-, John, i. g. 1166 (61).

Madox (Maddokkes), Ric., ii. g. 773 ii. (6).

Madrell, in France. See Boulogne, near Paris.

Madriachaga, —, a Spaniard, i. 591.

Madrid (Madril), in Spain, ii. g. 771 (5).

-, letters dated at, i. 493, 782, 1021.

Madruzzi (Madruche), Aliprendre, brother of the Cardinal, i. 596, 1070 (4); ii. 178 (p. 74), 495.

Madruzzi, Christopher, bp. of Trent, Cardinal, i. 30 (2), 96, 385, 596, 1011, 1070 (4), 1109, 1113, 1288, 1419; ii. 178, 384 (p. 187), 496, 507, 602.

-, his speech in the Council, i. 30 (2).

Maessegwyck, co. Denbigh, i. g. 1383 (36).

Maestrecht. See Maastricht.

Mafeo, a Venetian named, i. 616. See Bernardo, F.

Magdaleyn Bury, Herts, i. g. 1166 (42).

Magdalyn chapel, in Norfolk, ii. 553.

Magdeburg (Madenburga), in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84).

Magenis (Maguynes), —, Irish chief, i. 915.

Maghlen. See Mechlin.

Magill, Thomas, a Scot, ii. 755 (1, 2).

Magna Overa, Derb. See Mickleover.

Magnipotensis dux. See Mecklenburg.

Magnus, Dr. Thomas, archd. of the East Riding, one of the Council of the North, i. 1084, 1165 (21):—p. 777:—g. 1383 (110); ii. 181, 596.

-, -, signature of, ii. 596.

Magor (Magar), co. Monm., ii. pp. 434, 441.

Magunse or Maguntia. See Mentz.

Maiden Bradley (Maydenbradley, Maidenbradleigh), Wilts and Soms., i. p. 769; ii. g. 648 (11, 25).

Maidenhead, Berks., ii. 769 ii. (8).

Maidstone (Maydeston, Mayston), Kent, i. p. 774:—g. 717 (5), 1383 (105); ii. g. 200 (41), 773 i. (4).

Maidwell, Ntht., i. g. 504 (1).

Maie. See May.

Maighfelde, Suss. See Mayfield.

Maigne (i.e., Mayenne), Count de. See Guise, Claude de Lorraine, Duke of.

Maikdewell. See Makdowell.

Main, the German river, ii. 92, 566, 624–5.

Mainwaring (Manwaring, Mannaring), —, i. 643 (f. 75); ii. 775 (f. 91).

-, (Maynewaryng), i. 748, 853, 937.

-, (Manwaryng), Edw., ii. 775 (f. 77).

-, (Manering), John, ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Manwaryng), Oliver, i. g. 1537 (21).

-, (Manwaringe), Ralph, i. g. 1537 (21).

-, (Menwaryng), Randolph, ii. 563.

-, (Manwaryng), Sir Ric., i. g. 1383 (66); ii. 472.

-, (Manwaringe), Robt., i. g. 1280 (f. 3).

-, Rog., i. g. 1383 (38).

Maior or Maire. See Mayer.

Maison. See Mason.

Maitland, David, letter from, i. 958.

Major, Abastasia, ii. g. 771 (37).

Makdowell (Maikdewell), Edw., i. 1279 (p. 630).

-, (Maikdewell), Sandy, laird of Stodrig, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Makeirstone. See Makerston.

Makerell, Robt., i. 1165 (55); ii. 775 (ff. 80, 108, 109):—p. 433.

Makerston (Makeirstone), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Makworth, Fras., i. g. 970 (32).

Makyn, Thos., ii. g. 476 (55).

Mala, Antonius à, notary of Antwerp, ii. 154.

Malaga. See Mallage.

Malbury. See Malmesbury.

Malburye priory. See Marlborough.

Maiden or Maldon, Beds. See Maulden.

Maldon (Maulden), Essex, i. g. 1537 (35); ii. 647 (9):—g. 200 (50), 476 (73).

-, All Saints, ii. g. 200 (50).

-, St. Mary, ii. g. 476 (107 p. 246).

-, St. Peter, ii. g. 200 (50), 476 (107 pp. 246–7).

Male, Robt., clk., i. 1280 (f. 26).

Malefaunte, John, his lands, ii. 331 (60):—g. 648 (34).

Maleneth. See Melenyd.

Malete, John, i. 573.

Malgarisbury, Glouc. See Maugersbury.

Malham (Malholm, Malhome), in Craven, Yorks., ii. g. 332 (82), 476 (2).

Malhamdale (Meladale), Yorks., i. g. 1383 (66).

Malines. See Mechlin.

Malkinshall, Suff. See Mokin Hall.

Mallage or Malage, Thos., i. 259, 643 (f. 81); ii. 402.

Mallarye. See Malory.

Mallens, Wm., i. g. 1383 (110).

Mallery. See Malory.

Malleswike, Glouc. See Malswick.

Mallet, Francis, S.T.P., master of Michael House, Cambridge, ii. 320 (3).

-, Gerard, a Frenchman, i. 822.

-, Michael, ii. g. 332 (91).

Mailing, South- (Southmalling), Suss., ii. g. 476 (28).

Mailing, West-, Kent, nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (f. 22), 775 (f. 21).

-, abbess. See Vernon, M.

Mailing, Thos., i. 386.

Malmesbury (Maumsburye, Maibury, Maunsbury), Wilts, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 49); ii. 775 (ff. 63, 67):—p. 433:—g. 476 (96).

-, St. Mary de Westport. See Westport.

Malory (Mallery), Ant., ii. g. 648 (22).

-, Chr., i. 1279 (p. 628).

-, (Malore, Malary), Thos., i. 1280 (§ 1, f. 37, §§ 2, 3).

-, Sir Wm., treasurer of Berwick, i. 573, 650 (86), 901, 1217; ii. 399, 618.

-, -, letter from, i. 901.

-, (Mallarye), Wm., i. 1280 (f. 56); ii. g. 648 (62).

Malswick (Malleswike), Glouc., ii. 436.

Maltby (Mawlbie), Thos., purveyor of butter and cheese, ii. 775 (f. 86).

Malte, Etheldreda or Awdrye, ii. 712 xv.:—g. 200 (33).

-, (Mawlte), John, King's tailor, ii. 199 (27), 712 xv., 775 (f. 92):—g. 200 (33).

Malton, Old- (Oldenalton), Yorks., i. g. 718 (4 pp. 357–8), 1166 (73 p. 581).

-, grammar school, ii. g. 332 (72).

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 49):—g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152), 718 (pp. 357–8), 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. 775 (f. 66):—g. 476 (96).

Malvasia, in Greece, ii. 741.

Malvenda, Peter, Spanish theologian at the Colloquy of Ratisbon, i. 325, 501, 596, 1273.

Malvern Chace, Worc., Balnald bailiwick, ii. g. 476 (65).

Malvern, Great-, Worc., priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 46), 644, 1280 (f. 15 ter):—g. 1166 (23); ii. 775 (f. 63):—g. 476 (1), 648 (38, 62 p. 348).

Malvern, Little-, Worc., priory (supp.), i. 644:—p. 773:—g. 504 (47 p. 251); ii. pp. 436–7:—g. 648 (38).

Malverne, Robt., ii. g. 332 (7).

Malvile or Malvill. See Melville.

Malyn. See Merlin.

Malyne, John, of Calais, a pirate, i. 925, 937, 946, 1041.

Malynges. See Mechlin.

Malyverer, Ric., i. 1280 (f. 56).

Man, Isle of (Menavia), i. 1, 8 (p. 5), 71, 1280 (f. 21):—g. 149 (26).

-, bp. of, i. g. 149 (25–7). See Man, H.

Man (Manne), Dr. Henry, Bishop of Sodor and Man (22 Jan., 1546), dean of Chester, last prior of Sheen, i. 148 (20–2), 643 (f. 9):—g. 149 (25–7); ii. 775 (f. 12).

-, (Manne), John, surveyor of victuals, comptroller of works at Dover (2 Nov., 1546), i. 432, 437, 643 (f. 65), 684, 854, 946 (p. 464), 1167; ii. 448,475 (11), 647 (12), 775 (ff. 84, 89):—g. 476 (44).

-, (Manne), Peter, i. 1280 (f. 56).

-, Thos., ii. g. 332 (56).

-, (Manne), Wm., ii. 199 (74):—g. 332 (56).

Manafon (Manavon), co. Montgom., ii. 537.

Managhty Poeth, co. Radnor, i. g. 717 (5).

Manby, Linc., i. g. 717 (13).

Mancetter (Mansetter), Warw., i. p. 781.

Manchester, Lanc., College, i. 967.

Mancotte (Maniote), Chesh., ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

Mandoce, Mandoise or Mandosse, Mons. de. See Mendoza.

Manduvel. See Manteuvel.

Manering. See Mainwaring.

Maners. See Manners.

Manfeld, Andrew, ii. 712 xv.:—g. 332 (56, 91).

-, Jane, ii. g. 332 (56).

-, Thos., escheator of Beds and Bucks (a.d. 1536), ii. g. 773 ii. (p. 430).

Manffeld or Manffilde. See Mansfield.

Manfron, Manfrone or Manfroni, John Paulo, i. 651, 677, 724, 1408.

Manheyn. See Monheim.

Maniote, Chesh. See Mancotte.

Manley, Chesh., ii. 433.

Manley, Marg., ii. g. 200 (19).

Mann. See Man.

Mannaring. See Mainwaring.

Manne. See Man.

Manners, Henry, earl of Rutland, q.v.

-, (Maners), Sir Ric., i. 91 (Leic.):—g. 302 (30 p. 147); ii. 199 (30), 770 (9).

-, (Manours), Ric., i. 1280 (f. 11 bis); ii. g. 476 (96).

-, Thomas, earl of Rutland, q.v.

Mannesley, Devon, i. g. 149 (37).

Manninge, Ralph, i. p. 769.

Mannok, John, ii. g. 332 (71).

-, Ric., ii. 331 (66):—g. 332 (71).

Manours. See Manners.

Mans, le, bpric. of, given to Card, du Bellay, i. 1521.

Manser, Ric., ii. g. 476 (78).

Mansetter, Warw. See Mancetter.

Mansfeldt, counts of, ii. 658.

Mansfeldt, Albert and Gerard counts of, i. 165.

Mansfeldt (Mansvelt), Peter count of, i. 52 ii.

Mansfield (Manffilde), John, i. 643 (f. 32).

-, (Manffeld Maunsfild), Thos., i. 643 (f. 10); ii. 775 (f. 13).

Mantell, John (executed in 1541), i. 1128:—g. 504 (1), 1166 (7); ii. g. 771 (25).

Manteul. See Nanteuil.

Manteuvell (Manduvel, Mandvuel), Christian, a German captain, i. 256–7.

Manthorpe, Linc., i. p. 774.

Mantua, i. 234, 436, 634, 674, 714, 1287.

-, letters dated at, i. 604, 755.

-, Council indicted at (in 1537), i. 155.

Mantua, Frederic Gonzaga duke of, i. 222, 301 (37), 602, 604, 634, 714, 755, 1070 (4), 1343.

-, -, letter from, i. 775.

-, -, letter to, i. 222.

Manwaringe. See Mainwaring.

Manxell. See Maunsell.

Maplestead Magna, Essex, i. 1280 (f 42); ii. g. 476 (89), 648 (62 p. 347).

Mapperley, Jas., i. g. 717 (2).

Maps, ii. pp. 454 et seq.

Mapurley, Jas., i. p. 773.

Mapyll, Thos., ii. g. 476 (73).

Maraise. See Marguison.

Marazion (Marras Jowe), Cornw., ii. p. 455.

Marbach in Wirtemberg, sacked, ii. 613 (?), 639, 670 ii.

Marbach, Mr., a German Lutheran, i. 134.

Marbottle. See Morebattle.

Marburg (Marpurck, Marggpurk, Marpurg), in Germany, i. 181, 1181n.

-, letter dated at, i. 194.

Marburye, Mrs. Blanche, i. 148 (108).

-, (Merbury), John, ii. 447, 666.

-, -, letter from, ii. 447.

-, -, signature of, ii. 666.

Marcels. See Marseilles.

Marcadie or Mercadye, James, joiner, i. 1165 (14), 1536 (58):—g. 1537 (3).

March (Merche), Camb., i. p. 779.

March, earldom of, i. g. 149 (36), 970 (13, 62 p. 489), 1383 (36, 86).

March, Richard earl of, duke of York (1415–1460), i. 970 (13).

Marchall. See Marshall.

Marcham (Mercham), Berks, ii. g. 200 (40), 648 (25).

Marchamley (Marchombeley), Salop, i. g. 302 (25).

Marche, Wm, of Calais, ii. g. 200 (50).

Marche or Mark, John, secretary of the Hague, i. 894 (pp. 436–7), 1063.

"Marche, inning of the," i. 643 (f. 77).

Marchecleuch (Mercheclewghe), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 628).

Marchepanes, i. 1384 (p. 696).

Marchina. See Marquina.

Marchion, Ant., ii. 775 (f. 77).

Marchwiel, in Wales. See Marsey.

Marcle (Markley), Heref., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Marctam mon. See Margam.

Marden (Mereden, Meryden), Herts, in Tewin parish, i. p. 772:—g. 1166 (39, 73 p. 582).

Marden (Morden), Kent, i. g. 1383 (105).

Marden hundred, Kent. See Middleton and Marden.

Marden, Louis, i. g. 149 (33).

-, Ric., ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

Marderby, Yorks., i. p. 773.

Mareul, Madame de, ii. 683–4.

Marewoode, John and Wm., ii. g. 771 (7).

Marfleet (Marrefleate), Yorks., i. pp. 782, 784.

Margam (Marctam), abbey (supp.),co. Glamorgan, i. 643 (f. 38):—g. 1537 (28, 35); ii. 775 (f. 54):—g. 332 (83).

Margaret of Angoulême, Queen of Navarre, sister of Francis I., i. 233 (Madame Margaret), 1177 (2); ii. 118, 248, 638.

Margaret of France, daughter of Francis I., i. 8 (p. 6), 625, 1200, 1215; ii. 406.

-, -, proposed marriage with the Prince of Piedmont. See Piedmont.

Margaret, Lady. See Douglas.

Margate, Beds. See Market Street.

Margate (Mergate), Kent, i. 563; ii. p. 454.

Marge St. Mary's, Kent, i. p. 780; ii. g. 200 (41). Qu. Capel le Ferne?

Margett or Margettes, John, ii. g. 476 (50).

Marggpurk. See Marburg.

Marguison (Mergeson, Morguyson, Morquyson, Merguyson), or Marquise, in the Boulonnais, i. 312, 323, 409 bis, 411, 416, 428, 588 (? "Maraise"), 775, 819, 881, 892–3, 1083, 1444; ii. 83, 234, 335.

Marham (Marehame, Marreham), Norf., i. p. 780:—g. 1383 (29); ii. g. 332 (56, 91).

-, nunnery (supp.), i. g. 1383 (29).

Mariano (de Marianis), Angelo, a captain of Italians, in English service, i. 100, 301 (20), 441, 656:—g. 302 (44); ii. 744.

-, -, letter from, i. 656.

Marienbourg (Maryeburghe), in Hainault, ii. 112.

Marignano, Giangiacomo de Medici Marquis of, captain general of Charles V.'s artillery, i. 1070 (4), 1480.

Marillac, Charles de, avocat to the Parliament of Paris, French ambassador to England (1539‐1543), i. 1220; ii. 193, 555 (6).

-, -, his secretary, ii. 555 (6).

Marine, Francisco de, captain of a Ragusan ship, i. 41, 57, 90, 100.

-, Paulo de or Maryne de Paulo, captain of a Ragusan ship, i. 41, 64, 80, 90, 100, 643 (f. 77).

Marischal (Merschell, Marschell), William Keith earl, i. 1002, 1364, 1369, 1404, 1431, 1486; ii. 473, 544, 575–6, 695.

Marjoribanks (Merjoribankes), Thos., i. 1431, 1453; ii. 24.

Mark, Secretary, of Dordrecht. See Marche.

Markeham. See Markham.

Markeland or Marghland, Lanc., ii. g. 772 (4).

Markes, Ric., letters from, i. 73, 1087, 1498.

Markesfeld. See Markfield.

Markestey, Essex. See Tey.

Market Overton (Markitoverton), Rutl., ii. g. 332 (91).

Market (Margate or Markeyate) Street (Barkeyate), Beds, ii. g. 648 (46).

-, priory (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 8):—p. 776.

Markfield (Markesfeld), Leic., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Markham, East- (Estmerkeham), Notts., i. g. 302 (10); ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

Markham (Markeham), —, i. 1280 (2).

-, Gervaise, last prior of Dunstable, i. 1441.

-, (Markeham), Sir John, sheriff of Notts and Derby (1545–6), i. g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 199 (59), 472:—g. 332 (50), 476 (96).

-, Ric., i. 91 (1, 2, Linc.).

-, Thos., ii. g. 332 (50).

-, (Markeham), Wm., i. 1032, 1441.

Markley, Heref. See Marcle.

Marlborough (Malburye), Wilts, i. g. 718 (11).

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 46).

Marler, Ant., ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

-, Eliz., ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

-, (Marlar), John, ii. g. 773 ii. (18).

-, (Merler), Thos., i. g. 1537 (7).

Marlon, Laur., ii. g. 771 (7).

Mar low, or Great Marlow, Bucks., i. g. 1166 (9), 1537 (23, 35).

Marlow, —, i. 1158.

-, John, ii. g. 332 (87).

Marmalades, i. 1185; ii. 374.

Marolles abbey, near Landrecy, ii. p. 467.

Marowe, Thos., ii. g. 476 (34).

Marpurch or Marpurg. See Marburg.

Marque, letters of, ii. 705–6.

Marquesius, Ant., i. g. 149 (7).

Marquesse, lord, See Dorset.

Marquez, Laurence, a Portuguese, shipmaster, i. 986.

Marquina (Marchina), —, a secretary of Charles V., i. 10, 63, ) 230, 379, 413.

-, (Marchina), Ant. de, a Genoese, i. 870.

Marquis, the. See Dorset.

Marquise. See Marguison.

Marre, Notts, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Marreham, Norf. See Marham.

Marriage, the. See Edward, Prince.

Marriages, i. 148 (97, 124); ii. 199 (28, 39, 78), 475 (114), 770 (62).

Marrick, Yorks., nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (f. 41):—g. 718 (4 p. 358); ii. 775 (f. 57):—p. 433:—g. 332 (91).

Marrillac. See Marillac.

Marroke. See Morocco.

Marrowe, Surr. See Merrow.

Marrowe, Thos. ii. g. 648 (62).

Marryatt, John, i. 503 (2).

Marschell. See Marischal.

Marsden, Glouc., i. g. 302 (20).

Marsden, Lanc., i. g. 1383 (66).

Marse, the. See Merse.

Marseilles (Marcels), i. 24, 492, 782, 1110; ii. 679.

Marser, Thos., clk., ii. 225.

Marsey park, in Wales, ii. 79. Qu. Marchwiel?

Marsh, Bucks., ii. g. 648 (14).

Marsh, Marshe or Mershe, Alice, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

-, Hen., ii. g. 332 (61).

-, John, i. 24, 148 (42):—g. 302 (30), 717 (5), 970 (62 p. 489); ii. g. 476 (p. 245), 648 (45), 772 (4).

-, Rog., ii. g. 332 (61).

-, (Merse), Thos., i. 148 (36):—g. 149 (21); ii. 199 (61):—g. 332 (16, 61).

Marshall, —. a practiser of physic, i. 848.

-, Dr. Cuthbert, canon of York, i. 273, 1084; ii. 775 (f. 112).

-, Edm., i. g. 1166 (73).

-, Hanniball. See Hannibal.

-, John, escheator of Kent and Midd. (a.d. 1514), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, John, i. 643 (f. 41); ii. 775 (f. 58).

-, Mary, prioress of Rosedale, i. 643 (f. 26); ii. 775 (f. 33).

-, Ric., ii. 775 (f. 13).

-, Thomas, assay master of the Mint at Bristol, i. 650 (40):—g. 716 (6).

-, (Marchall), Wm., i. 643 (f. 10):—g. 149 (33), 718 (4 p. 357).

Marsh Chapel (Marshechaple), Linc., i. g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152).

Marshe, the, i. 651 (2).

Marshead (Maushede) hundred, Beds, i. p. 773.

Marshfield (Mershefelde), Glouc., i. p. 783.

Marshland (Mershland, Mershelande), Yorks. and Lincoln, i. pp. 779, 782; ii g. 476 (85,107 p. 247).

Marsilio, Signor, the Emperor's equerry, ii. 306.

Marston, Oxon, i. 643 (f. 85); ii. g. 771 (35).

Marston, Warw., i. g. 970 (62).

Marston, i. of Wight. See Merston.

Marston, Wilts, i. g. 302 (65).

Marston, John, ii. g. 773 i (15).

Marsupini, James, i. g. 718 (18).

Marsworth (Mesworth), Bucks., ii g. 648 (51).

Marte, Robt., i. g. 1166 (37).

Martelli, Braccius, bp. of Fiesole, q.v.

Marteltwy (Martheltwy), co. Pembroke, i. g. 1166 (61).

Marten, Surr. See Merton.

Marten, Dr. See Kyrnbeck.

Martensthorpe, Rutl. See Marunsthorpe.

Martin (Marten), David, comptroller of the King's works, i. 148 (11):—g. 302 (2).

-, Edm., i. g. 1383 (15).

-, (Marten), Geo., ii. g. 332 (32).

-, (Marten), Humph., i. 643 (14); ii. 775 (f. 19).

-, (Marten), Joan, ii. g. 332 (7).

-, John, ii. g. 476 (89), 771 (7, 24).

-, (Marton), Lancelot, ii. g. 476 (2).

-, (Marten), Mary, i. 643 (f. 15); ii. 775 (f. 20).

-, (Merten), Nic., i. g. 504 (1).

-, (Marten), Peter, ii. 627, 677.

-, Robt., ii. g. 332 (87).

-, (Mertayne, Marton), Thos., i. 1195, 1280 (f. 4):—g. 717 (6), 1537 (20).

-, (Marten), Wm., i. 643 (f. 26); ii. 775 (f. 32).

Martindale, Chr., i. g. 1166 (26).

-, Cuthb., i. g. 1166 (26).

-, Geo., i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

-, Robt., ii. g. 332 (91).

Martin Tarn (Martyn Terne), Cumb., i g. 1166 (26).

Martlemas beeves. See Beef.

Marton, Chesh., ii. 433.

Marton, Linc., i. g. 1537 (35).

Marton, Yorks., i. g. 718 (4), 1166 (37), 1537 (26); ii. g. 771 (37).

Marton in the Forest, Yorks., priory (supp.), i. pp. 784–5.

Marton (Merton) in Holderness, Yorks., ii. p. 441.

Martyn, le Capitaine, i. 1384 (p. 695).

Marunsthorpe (Martensthorpe), Rutl., ii. g. 771 (37).

Marvyn (Mervyn), Sir Edmond, justice, ii. 697.

Marwood (Merwode), Devon, i. g. 1383 (106).

Marwood, Dham., i. g. 1166 (10).

Mary, Princess, daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Arragon, letter from, i. 1389.

-, -, letters to, i. 50, 770, 867; ii. 165, 355, 363, 687.

-, -, jewellery for, i. 1333.

-, -, proposed marriage with a duke of Holstein, ii. 359.

-, -, proposed marriage with Charles V., i. 582.

-, -, proposed marriage with Philip count Palatine, i. 479, 550 (p. 271), 551, 582, 588, 796, 800; ii. 2, 36.

-, -, other references, i. 289, 436, 582, 588, 800, 802, 963 (97, 149–50), 969 ii., iii., 1384 (p. 696):—g. 718 (15); ii. 406, 466, 475 (16, 115–6), 634, 684 (p. 360), 725, 742, 754 (p. 386), 756, 768 (pp. 396, 398), 769 iii. (2, 5).

Mary, "the French Queen," youngest sister of Henry VIII., i. g. 1537 (7); ii. 634.

Mary of Guise, Queen dowager of Scotland, mother of Mary Queen of Scots, i. 8 (p. 4), 131, 183, 286, 298, 322, 329, 572, 603, 688, 696–7, 704–5, 749 (p. 375), 751, 753, 763 (2), 851, 940, 958, 980, 1002, 1043, 1076–9, 1174, 1186, 1211, 1213, 1293, 1364, 1369, 1404, 1423, 1456, 1466–7, 1518; ii. 170, 253, 380, 392, 403, 443, 473–4, 485, 500–1, 518, 549, 564, 575–6, 600 (2), 727.

-, -, letters to, i. 298, 322, 329, 603, 688, 696–7, 704–5, 753, 851, 1076–9, 1174, 1186, 1211, 1423, 1518; ii. 170, 253, 403, 474, 485, 500, 549, 564.

-, -, her brothers, i. 688; ii. 170, 549, 564.

Mary Queen Dowager of Hungary, Regent of Flanders, sister of Charles V., letters from, i. 306, 340, 455, 513, 615, 623, 734, 1029, 1112, 1371–2, 1461, 1500; ii, 162, 392–3, 514, 609, 689, 764.

-, -, letters to, i. 389, 391, 416, 440, 444–5, 458, 470, 545–6, 550–1, 589, 607, 672, 701, 708, 826, 977, 1034, 1059, 1098, 1227, 1324, 1464; ii. 14, 85, 92–3, 139, 239, 251, 396, 459, 467, 547, 606, 679, 735, 756.

-, -, ambassadors to:—English. See Carne, Sir E.; also Rede, Ric.

French. See Estraynge, M.

-, -, her Council. See Flanders.

-, -, other references, i. 8 (pp. 4, 6), 65, 164, 169 184–5, 189, 190, 211–2, 214 (p. 106), 228, 263–4, 276, 286 (p. 135), 305, 312, 315, 317, 323, 330–2, 337, 343–5, 347, 367, 369, 382–3, 407–8, 420–2, 424, 428, 434, 437, 446, 450, 453–4, 457, 463, 465, 469, 473, 479, 482, 495, 511–2, 521–2, 525, 531–3, 539–41, 547, 556, 558, 566, 578, 580 (p. 282), 583, 588, 599, 606, 614, 616, 628–9, 663, 699, 700, 703, 723, 749, 766, 768, 780, 794–5, 807, 846, 875, 910–11, 931–3, 955, 963 (110), 982–5, 1009–10, 1018 (p. 511), 1028, 1038, 1053, 1056, 1058, 1061–3, 1089–90, 1110, 1137, 1144, 1167, 1187–8, 1191, 1202 ii., 1213, 1228, 1231, 1237–8, 1282–4, 1301, 1311–12, 1323, 1328, 1390–1, 1398, 1409, 1420–1, 1429, 1437, 1448 (p. 726), 1459, 1463–4, 1470, 1480, 1499, 1513; ii. 15, 16, 17, 19, 33–4, 55, 72, 75, 94, 112–3, 146, 176, 188, 197, 209, 214–5, 238, 257, 262, 267–8, 290, 297, 302, 340, 373, 397, 456, 460, 468, 471, 483, 491, 510, 515, 517, 546, 565, 577, 593, 620, 637, 647 (63), 662, 675, 688, 694, 717, 775 (f. 82).

Mary of Portugal, Princess, letter from, ii. 355.

Mary Queen of Scots, "the princess of Scotland," "the young Queen," i. 233, 304, 375 (p. 182), 391, 420, 439, 572, 610, 725, 749, 763 (2), 1002, 1043, 1076, 1186, 1213–4, 1465, 1501, 1507, 1518, 1527, 1536 (30):—g. 1537 (14); ii. 6, 12, 24, 104, 307, 360, 409, 500, 524, 549, 580, 600 (2).

-, -, letters from, i. 1501, 1507, 1527; ii. 104.

-, -, letters to, ii. 12, 162.

Marylebone (Marybon) park, Midd., i. 963 (93); ii. 775 (f. 74).

Marys-combe, Devon, i. p. 771.

Mascon. See Macon.

Mase, the river. See Meuse.

Maselande, Thos., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Masham, Yorks., prebend, ii. g. 648 (51 pp. 342, 344).

Masiers. See Mezières.

Maskall, John, ii. g. 771 (14 p. 416).

Maskerey, Ric., ii. g. 771 (14 p. 416).

Mason, (Maison, Mayson), John, French secretary, clerk of the Privy Council, letters from, i. 664–5, 796–8, 1081, 1129.

-, -, letter to, ii. 440.

-, -, signature, i. 562.

-, -, his wife, i. 798.

-, -, instructions for, i. 582 (1, 2).

-, -, other references, i. 36, 145, 487, 551, 561–2, 580, 588, 597, 643 (f. 26), 650 (59–61, 67), 671, 700, 730 (p. 365), 731, 735, 742, 799, 808, 817, 969 (2), 1018 (p. 511), 1019–20, 1065, 1103, 1126, 1286, 1323–4:—g. 149 (40), 716 (11); ii. 256, 303, 313, 378, 629, 775 (ff. 35, 83, 86).

Mason, Mr., prb. of Hereford, ii. 775 (f. 112).

-, Geo., i. p. 778.

-, John, i. p. 778; ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Nic., clk., ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 337–8).

-, Ric., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244); ii. 775 (f. 96).

-, Thos., i. g. 149 (33).

-, Wm., i. g. 970 (62).

Mass, the, i. 97 (2), 131–2, 181, 730 (pp. 365–6), 796–7, 825, 836, 894, 958, 1138, 1207, 1227, 1244 ii.

Massarellus, Angelus, secretary of the Council of Trent, i. 1287.

Masse. See Massow.

Masse, the. See Meuse.

Masselyne, Jas., i. g. 970 (47).

Massenbaugh, Wilhelm von, of Wirtemberg, ii. 699.

Massingham, Great-, Norf., i. g. 970 (51).

Massow (Masso, Masse), Laurence, an Almain, i. 16, 643 (f. 77).

Massy or Massey, Sir John, i. 971, 1357.

-, (Masse, Massie), John, i. 643 (f. 4), 1445; ii. 775 (f. 5).

-, Thos., ii. g. 332 (7, 62).

Massynger, Wm., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Maste, Randal, ii. 185.

Master of the Camp. See Gamboa.

Masterson, George, i. g. 1537 (21).

-, Thos., i. g. 1537 (21).

Mastreght, Mastricht or Mastryk. See Maastricht.

Masts, i. 1334, 1397; ii. 775 (f. 87).

-, list (with dimensions), for sale, i. 1224.

Masureur, Thomas, i. 164 (2).

Matching, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Mathefelde, Staff. See Church Mayfield.

Mathern (Mathron), co. Monm., ii. p. 441.

Mathew or Mathewe, Geo., ii 472 (Glam.).

-, Hen., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

-, Hugh, i. 643 (f. 13).

-, John, ii. g. 332 (7), 476 (66).

-, Miles, escheator of Glam., ii. 472 (Glam.):—g. 773 ii.

-, Thos., i. 1205; ii. g. 476 (85).

-, Wm., i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Mathrafel (Matheravall) hundred, co. Montgomery, ii. 446.

Matignon (Mattignon), M. de, Governor of Lower Normandy, ii. 533, 608.

Matlock, Derb., i. g. 1166 (19).

Matte, Robt., i. g. 149 (14).

Mattersey, Notts., ii. g. 332 (70).

-, priory (supp.), ii. g. 476 (85), 648 (22).

Mattres or Mattrys, Robt., i. 1140, 1180.

Mattresses, i. 643 (f. 84).

Matvyle, Gilb., ii. g. 773 i. (30).

Maugeron, Mons. de, ii. 189.

Maugersbury (Malgarisbury), Glouc., i. p. 781.

Maugheld or Maughfelde, Suss. See Mayfield.

Maulden (Maiden, Maldon), Beds, i. g. 302 (43).

Maulden, Essex. See Maldon.

Maumsburye. See Malmsbury.

Maunsbury. See Malmsbury.

Maunsell, Chr., ii. p. 433.

-, (Manxell), Edw., i. g. 1537 (35).

-, (Maunxell, Manxell), Sir Rice, i. 1536 (39):—g. 302 (30 bis), 1537 (28, 35); ii. 712 xiv.

-, -, Cecilia his wife, i. g. 1537 (35).

-, Ric., i. 1280 (f. 17); ii. p. 438.

-, (Mauncell), Wm., escheator of Yorks. (a.d. 1531), i. 1280 (f. 17); ii. g. 773 i. (p. 425).

Maunsfild. See Mansfield.

Maurice, Duke. See Saxony.

Maushede, Beds. See Marshead.

Mave, John, ii. g. 648 (22).

Mawbyre, Stephen, goldsmith, i. 108.

Mawde, Ant., i. p. 769.

-, Edw., ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

Mawdit, John, ii. g. 332 (25).

-, Wm., ii. g. 332 (25).

Mawdsley (Mawedesley), Hen., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Mawdesley), Ric., clk., ii. 436.

Mawdyke, Ric., ii. g. 332 (7).

Mawlbie. See Maltby.

Mawlte. See Malte.

Maxey (Maxie), George, ii. 775 (f. 106):—g. 200 (50).

-, (Maxie), John, i. 585.

Maxfelde, Chesh. See Macclesfield.

Maxie. See Maxey.

Maximilian, Emperor (a.d. 1493 to 1519), i. 1048, 1070 (4).

Maximilian, archduke of Austria, eldest son of King Ferdinand, i. 52, 1070 (4), 1155 (2), 1191, 1480; ii. 187.

Maxtoke (Maxstock, Mackstock), Warw., ii. g. 332 (40).

-, priory (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 9).

Maxton, Margaret, of Scotland, i. 1410; ii. 181.

Maxwell, Robert lord, prisoner in England, ? returned to Scotland and died there (9 July, 1546), i. 7, 437, 591, 643 (f. 75), 738, 887, 959, 980, 1002, 1043, 1456 (p. 729); ii. 775 (f. 83).

Maxwell, Robert, master of Maxwell, lord Maxwell (1546), eldest son of the preceding, i. 48, 437, 643 (f. 83), 1093, 1229; ii. 548 n.

Maxwell (Maxewell), —, and his master, i. 822, 824.

-, John, younger son of Lord Maxwell, i. 7, 48, 456, 643 (f. 83), 738, 1093, 1229, 1523; ii. 775 (f. 90).

Maxwell Hewgh, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 627).

Maycote, Wm., i. g. 149 (33).

Maydeston, Kent. See Maidstone.

Maydewell (Maydwell), Ric., i. 1280 (f. 43); ii. g. 648 (46).

-, Thos., i. 1280 (f. 43).

Maye (May), —, ii. 769 iv. (9).

-, Edw., ii. 39.

-, (May), John, i. g. 1537 (17).

-, Ric., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

-, Robt., i. g. 1166 (38).

-, Thos., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

-, (Mey, Maie), William, LL.D., King's chaplain, dean of St. Paul's (8 Feb. 1546), i. 68, 113, 152, 299, 790, 826, 963 (117), 1395, 1398, 1464, 1530, 1536 (35–7); ii. 9. 21, 47, 65–6, 133, 137, 142, 160–1, 775 (f. 89, 104).

-, -, commission to, i. 68.

-, -, letters to, i. 152; ii. 133.

-, -, signature of, ii. 25, 47, 65, 137, 160.

-, Wm., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

Mayence. See Mentz.

Mayenne (Mayne), marquis of. See Guise, Claude de Lorraine of.

Mayer (Maire), John, i. 643 (f. 13); ii. 775 (f. 17).

-, (Maior), Wm., prior of St. Mary Spittle, i. 643 (f. 1); ii. 775 (f. 1).

Mayfield (Maighfelde, Maughfelde. Maugheld), Suss., i. g. 149 (6), 716 (20); ii. g. 771 (35).

Maykelborowe. See Mecklenburg.

Mayland (Maylondhall), Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Maynard, Andrew. See Mayner.

-, (Maynerd), John, i. p. 772; ii. 712 xvii.:—p. 439:—g. 332 (57), 476 (p. 247), 648 (46).

Maynbowe, Devon, i. g. 1537 (12).

Mayne, Marquis de. See Mayenne.

Mayneman, Thos., ii. 754.

Mayner (Maynard), Andrew, a German, i. 1302; ii. 775 (f. 89).

Maynooth, in Ireland, i. 924; ii. p. 457.

Mayny, John, ii. g. 200 (10).

Mayoo, John, ii. g. 332 (7).

Mayour, —, merchant of the Steelyard, i. 487.

Mayson. See Mason.

Mayston, Kent. See Maidstone.

Maystrycke. See Maastricht.

Mazuelo (Maziuelo, Mac.uelo), Antonio, i. 608, 946 (p. 464), 1255, 1386; ii. 11, 244, 604, 775 (f. 83):—g. 200 (23).

Mead, John, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Meare or Mere, Soms., i. g. 302 (17).

Mears Ashby (Asheby Mares), Ntht., i. p. 775.

Meath (Myth), in Ireland, i. 915.

Meath, Edward Staples, bp. of, one of the Council of Ireland, signature of, i. 17, 275, 281–2, 427.

-, -, other references ii. 155–6, 365:—g. 476 (45,49).

Meaux, in France, persecution of heretics, ii. 406.

Meaux (Meux, Melsa), abbey (supp.), in Holderness, i. 643 (f. 42):—p. 783; ii. 775 (f. 59):—pp. 434, 437, 439, 441:—g. 332 (32), 476 (85).

Meawtys. See Mewtas.

Mechlin or Malines (Malynges, Macline, Meghlin, Maghlen, Maghlyn), in Flanders, i. 513, 735, 795, 1434 (p. 719), 1435, 1437, 1443, 1448 (p. 726), 1450, 1513; ii. 36, 236, 489.

-, Council at, i. 220, 345, 407.

-, disaster at, i. 1434–5, 1437, 1443, 1448 (p. 726), 1460.

Mecklenburg (Meckleburg), ii. 359.

Mecklenburg (Meclingburghe, Meglingborge, Magnopolensis), Albert duke of, i. 516, 643 (f. 67), 809, 811, 963 (139).

-, -, letter from, i. 516.

-, -, envoy from. See Jetze, J. de.

Mecklenburg (Maykelborowe), Henry duke of (Magnipotensis), i. 165, 201, 1082.

-, -, letter from, i. 1082.

Medany. See Mesdany.

Medcalf. See Metcalf.

Medelyn, Francisco, a captain of Spaniards, imprisoned at Calais, i. 100, 1300, 1306, 1313, 1433. Medgate, Thos., i. 963 (53):—g. 970 (29).

Medici, Cosmo de, Duke of Florence, i. 10, 148 (76), 200, 301 (39), 451, 542, 625, 820, 1070 (4), 1231, 1408.

Medici, Giangiacomo de, Marquis of Marigano, q.v.

Medici, Katharine de. See Katharine.

Medilton. See Middleton.

Medina Sidonia, duke of, his marriage with his brother's wife, i. 894, 935.

-, -, other reference, i. 954.

Mediterranean, the, i. 729, 1025, 1083.

Medley, George, i. 643 (f. 70).

Medlicott (Moldecote, Modlicote), Salop, i. g. 504 (1).

Medmenham, Bucks, ii. g. 200 (35).

-, abbey (supp.), ii. g. 200 (35).

Medon. See Meudon.

Medowe, Thos., i. p. 780.

Medway, the Kentish river, i. g. 1383 (102).

-, chart of its mouth, ii. p. 473.

Meere, Linc. See Mere.

Mega, Countess of, ii. 471.

Megander, —, his widow, i. 134.

Meggys, Nic., ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Meghlin. See Mechlin.

Megi, Count Lunardo di, ii. 741.

Meglinborge. See Mecklenburg.

Meifod (Mywode, Myvod), co. Montgomery, i. p. 781; ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–5, 337).

Meiningen. See Menningen.

Meire, Chesh. See Mere.

Meissen or Misnia (Mesne) Margrave of. See Saxony, duke Maurice of.

Mekersay, in Bavaria, letter dated at, ii. 178.

Mela, Bernard à. See Melen.

Meladale, Yorks. See Malhamdale.

Melancthon, Philip, i. 131.

Melchburn (Melchborn), Beds., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, i. g. 1383 (76).

Melche, Roland, i. 1280 (ff 9, 20).

Melcher. See Wele, M.

Melcombe, Dors., ii. p. 460.

Meldrum, George, laird of Fyvie, q.v.

Melen (Mela, Melant, Vannelant), Sir Bernhard von, administrator of Brunswick-Wolfen-buttell, i. 192, 238, 780, 1302, 1382 (64), 1438, 1491; ii. 439, 558.

Melenyd (Maleneth), co. Radnor, i. g. 970 (13).

Melfi (Melpsi), bpric. of, ii. 486 766.

-, suffragan of, ii. 431.

Melfi, Prince of. See Doria, A.

Melfi (Melffe, Melphi), John Caraccioli, Prince of, Marshal of France (1544–50), i. 181, 258, 436, 559.

Melgoreso, Captain Loys, i. 1433.

Melkingthorpe (Mylkingthorpe), Cumb., i. g. 1166 (33).

Melksham (Melkesham), Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Mellers, John, i. g. 1166 (70).

-, Thos., i. g. 1537 (17).

-, Wm., i. g. 1537 (17).

Mellerstone (Myllestayns), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

-, laird of, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Melling (Mellynge), Lanc., i. g. 1383 (107).

Mellinge (Melyng), John, i. g. 1383 (107); ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Robt., i. g. 1383 (107).

Melmerby, Yorks., ii. p. 440.

Melphi or Melpsi. See Melfi.

Melrose (Murerose), in Scotland, i. 940, 1279 (p. 627).

-, abbot of. See Stewart, J.

Melsham, Robt., i. p. 780.

Melsungen (Milsungen), in Germany, letter dated at, i. 398.

Melton, Leic., i. 1317.

Melton, Yorks. See Middleton.

Melton Mowbray, Leic., ii. g. 332 (57).

Melton, Wm., i. 643 (f. 8); ii. 775 (f. 11).

Melun (Melin, Myllyon), in France, i. 89, 515, 1185, 1201, 1337, 1365, 1396, 1405.

-, letters dated at, i. 728–9, 1025, 1213–15, 1365.

Melville (Malvile), Alex., i. 1363–4.

-, (Melwin, Malvile), James, i. 948, 1363–4.

-, (Malvile), John, i. 1363–4.

-, (Melven, Menvill), Ninian, ii. 212, 417, 421.

-, (Malvile), Walter, i. 1363–4; ii. 576.

Melwin. See Melville.

Melyng. See Melling.

Memmingen (Meiningen, Memingen, Memynghen), in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84); ii. 690, 708, 717.

Menage (Mesnage, Mesnaige), Jacques, French ambassador with Charles V., i. 8 (p. 6), 10, 83 (p. 35), 87, 1070; ii. 53, 255, 262, 370, 379, 430, 458, 511, 577 ii., 613 (p. 313), 626.

Menavia. See Man, Isle of.

Mendham, Norf., i. g. 1383 (29).

Mendoza (Mandosse, Mendosse, Mandoce, Mandoise), —, first master of household to Francis I., i. 322, 696–7, 704–5, 1079, 1174, 1211, 1219, 1423, 1518; ii. 211, 347, 409.

-, Don Bernardin de, brother of Diego, ii. 603.

-, Don Bernardino de, the Spanish admiral, i. 492.

-, Don Diego Hurtado de, Imperial ambassador at Venice, i. 268, 1287 (p. 641), 1366, 1419; ii. 27, 34, 80, 84, 496, 507, 603, 633.

-, -, letters from, i. 268, 1366; ii. 633.

-, -, letter to, ii. 80.

-, -, interview with the Signory, ii. 633 (2).

-, Don Juan de, ii. 496 (p. 257).

-, Lope Hurtado de. See also Infantado, Duke of, letter from, i. 293.

Menell. See Meynell.

Meneth. See Minehead.

Mennell. See Meynell.

Mense. See Mentz.

Menster, bp. of. See Munster.

Menteith, earl of, i. 183.

Mbntz (Mayence, Maguntia, Mense, Mens), in Germany, town and bpric., i. 1126, 1286, 1312, 1421, 1434 (p. 719), 1459, 1480, 1490, 1492, 1494, 1513–4; ii. 146, 176, 197, 313, 471, 558, 609.

Mentz (Magunse, Maguntia, Meynse), Sebastian von Heussenstamm, abp. of, elector, i. 45, 129, 180, 191, 272, 475 (p. 223), 492, 540, 580, 596, 834 (2), 998, 1031, 1070 (5), 1155 (2), 1286, 1513; ii. 313, 558, 612.

Menvill. See Melville.

Menwaryng. See Mainwaring.

Menygrove, Oxon, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Meodeley, Salop, i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Meol, Monk- (Cormeil and Monkmeil, "Monk Geye alias Cromell"), Salop, i. g. 716 (12).

Meon, West- (Westmeon), Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Meopham (Mepham), Kent, ii. g. 476 (12).

Merbottle. See Morebattle.

Merbury. See Marbury.

Mercadyle. See Marcadie.

Mercham, Berks. See Marcham.

Merchant Adventurers. (See also under Antwerp), i. 810:—g. 1166 (54).

Merche, Camb. See March.

Mercheclewgh. See Marchecleuch.

Merchoune, Ant., i. 643 (f. 59).

Mere (Meire), Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Mere (Meere), Linc., ii. g. 476 (96).

Mere, Salop, in Baschurch, i. g. 1383 (29).

Mere, Soms. See Meare.

Mere, Wilts., ii. g. 332 (67).

Mereden, Herts. See Marden.

Meredith, Mrs., ii. 770 (62).

-, John, i. g. 1166 (57), 1383 (110).

-, Robt., i. g. 149 (40 bis).

Meres, Thos., i. g. 1166 (20).

Merevale (Meryvall), Warw. and Leic., abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 45), 1280 (f. 11):—p. 773; ii. g. 775 (f. 62).

Mergate. See Margate.

Mergattes (Mergartes), John, ii. 475 (37).

Mergentheim (Mergherthum), in Germany, ii. 566.

Merger, Thos., i. 1290.

Mergeson. See Marguison.

Merie or Mery, John, i. 643 (ff. 89, 91–3); ii. 775 (f. 104, 107):—p. 440.

Merionethshire, i. g. 302 (30), 718 (12).

-, sheriffs of (1544–7), ii. 472.

Merit. See Meryt.

Merjoribankes. See Marjoribanks.

Merler. See Marler.

Merley, Wm., ii. g. 476 (85).

Merlin (Malyn), prophecies of, i. 1027.

Merrow (Marrowe), Surr., i. p. 774.

Merry, Wm., i. g. 1166 (38).

Merschell. See Marischal.

Merse (Marse), the, in Scotland, i. 887, 1279 (pp. 627–8, 630).

Mersea (Mersey), Essex, i. g. 504 (17).

Mersea, West- (Westmersey), Essex, ii. p. 440.

Mersham, Kent, ii. g. 200 (41).

Mershe or Merse. See Marsh.

Mershebrother, Isabel, i. g. 504 (31).

Mershland. See Marshland.

Mersington, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 628).

Merstham (Mersham), Kent, ii. g. 773 ii. (5).

Merston (Marston), i. of Wight, i. p. 784.

Mertayne. See Martin.

Merten. See Martin.

Merton (Marten, Marton), Surr., ii. p. 438:—g. 771 (35).

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 27), 1280 (ff. 39, 45):—p. 780:—g. 149 (32), 504 (1 p. 244) 970 (62), 1383 (110); ii. 775 (f. 32):—p. 438:—g. 648 (25 pp. 334, 336, 51).

-, -, prior. See Bowle.

Merton, Yorks. See Marton.

Mervyn. See Marvyn.

Merwode, Devon. See Marwood.

Mery, John. See Merie.

Meryck (Meryke), Hugh, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

-, Ric., ii. g. 476 (34).

Merydale, Robt., ii. 199 (91).

Mery den, Herts. See Marden.

Meryden Common, Staff., ii. g. 322 (90).

Meryell, John, i. g. 1383 (76).

Meryhurst, Wm., ii. g. 476 (74, 107 p. 248).

Meryke. See Meryck.

Meryng, Fras., escheator of Notts and Derb. (a.d. 1537, 1545), ii. g. 773 ii. (pp. 429–30).

-, Marg., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

-, Thos., escheator of Yorks. (a.d. 1517), escheator of Notts and Derb. (a.d. 1527), i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. g. 773 i. (pp. 434–5).

-, Wm., ii. g. 476 (59).

Meryt, Agnes, i. 643 (f. 5); ii. 775 (f. 7).

Meryvall, Warw. See Merevale.

Meryvale, Edm., i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Mesdany or Medany, M. de, of Normandy, ii. 444 (p. 210).

-, -, his son, ii. 414, 444, 480.

Mesenger. See Messenger.

Mesnage. See Ménage.

Mesne. See Meissen.

Messagier, Michel, i. 164 (2).

Messenger (Messynger), John, i. g. 1166 (26).

-, (Mesenger), Ric., i. g. 970 (62).

Mesworth, Bucks. See Marsworth.

Metam. See Metham.

Metcalf (Medcalf ),Edw., ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Gawen, ii. 181.

-, George, ii. 181.

-, (Medcalff), Hen., ii. p. 441.

-, Humph., i. g. 717 (5); ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

-, Lucas, i. 1279 (p. 626).

-, Matth., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

-, Nic., ii. 181.

-, (Medcalf), Steph., i. 963 (95).

Metforth, Cuthbert, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Meth. See Meath.

Metham (Metam), Robt., i. 1280 (f. 47); ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Methven college, in Scotland, provost of, ii. 278 (p. 132).

Methwold, Norf., ii. g. 332 (56).

Methwold, Wm., escheator of Norf. and Suff. (a.d. 1533), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 425).

Metz, in Lorraine, i. 28, 286, 408, 1031, 1231; ii. 767 (2).

-, M. Antoine de, his son, ii. 609.

Metz, Nicholas bp. of (so called), brother of Francis duke of Lorraine, ii. 688.

Meudon (Medon), Anthony Sanguin cardinal of, uncle of Madame d'Estampes, i. 1337–8, 1348, 1352, 1365, 1394 (4).

Meunicx, Cornelius, of Ghent, i. 311.

Meuse or Maas (Masse, Mase), the river, i. 422, 457, 535, 615, 1421.

Meutas. See Mewtas.

Mevenidd (Mevenneth), co. Cardigan., ii. g. 648 (55).

Meverell, Arthur, prior of Tutbury, i. 643 (f. 18); ii. 775 (f. 28).

-, Hen., i. 1280 (f. 14).

Mewtas (Mewtes, Meutas, Meawtys, Meautes, Myrtis, Myotys), Sir Peter, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, captain of Guernsey, i. 90, 135, 643 (f. 76), 963 (74, 104), 969 (1, 2), 1235; ii. 259, 347, 414, 634 (1, 10).

-, -, signature of, i. 1235.

Mey. See May.

Meynell (Menell), Ant., i. 147.

-, (Mennell), Isabella, i. g. 1166 (66).

-, (Mennell), Ric., i. g. 1166 (66).

-, (Menell, Mennell), Robt., i. g. 302 (30); ii. g. 771 (37).

Meynse. See Mentz.

Meyre, Agnes, ii. g. 332 (91).

Mezières (Masiers), nigh Luxemburg, ii. 112.

Micham, Surr. See Mitcham.

Michael, Ric., i. 1280 (f. 55).

Michael (Mighel), Don, i. 719; ii. 775 (f. 83).

Michaell, Mr., i. 147.

Michael's Mill, co. Glamorgan, i. g. 1537 (28).

Michael wood (Mykelwood), Glouc., i. 646 (2).

Michell, Edw., i. g. 1166 (73).

-, Hen., i. g. 1166 (54).

-, John, i. 1457:—g. 1166 (73), 1537 (17).

-, Oliver, i. g. 1537 (17).

-, Peter, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

-, Rog., i. 643 (f. 22).

-, Sampson, a master of Chancery, i. 791.

-, Wm., i. 721.

Michelham (Mochelham), priory (supp.), near Hailsham, Suss., i. 643 (f. 41); ii. 775 (f. 57).

Michelles Borrough, Soms. See St. Michael.

Michelson, Wm., ii. g. 773 ii. (24).

Mickfield (Mikfeld), Suff., i. g. 504 (15).

Mickleham (Mykelham), Surr., i. g. 1383 (64); ii. g. 773 ii. (6).

Mickleover (Magna Overa), Derb., i. g. 149 (39); ii. g. 332 (76).

Middelburg, (Midleborough, Mydilburg, Myddelborowe), in Zealand, i. 36, 108, 252, 338, 723, 842, 1080; ii. 93.

-, letter dated at, i. 842.

Middelton Tregonwell, Dors. See Milton Abbas.

Middleham (Myddelham), Yorks., and farms in, i. g. 1383 (77).

Middlemore (Mydlemore), Robt., i. 91 (Warw.).

-, Thos., i. 1280 (f. 21).

Middlesex, i. 328, 1280 (f. 34):—g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. p. 435.

-, escheators, ii. g. 773.

-, musters in, i. 91 (1, 2, 3), 108.

Middle Third, in Ireland, ii. 156.

Middleton, Derb., ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

Middleton (Myddelton, Mylton), or Milton, Essex, i. g. 302 (51), 504 (17), 1383 (18).

Middleton (Midelton), Hants, ii. g. 476 (98).

Middleton (Melton, Medilton), Yorks., ii. p. 440:—g. 771 (12).

Middleton Cheney, Ntht., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Middleton and Marden hundreds, Kent, portreve of, ii. g. 773 i. (3).

Middleton, Chr., i. 1280 (f. 56).

-, (Middelton), Davy, i. 1000.

-, (Middelton), Fras., ii. g. 332 (91).

-, (Medilton), Geoff., escheator of Cumb. and Westm. (a.d. 1526), ii. g. 773 i.

-, (Mydleton), Hugh, i. g. 1537 (7).

-, (Mydleton, Midelton), John, i.p.771:—g. 717(13), 1383 (86).

-, (Mydleton), Miles, i. 1452.

-, (Mydleton), Ric., i. g. 504 (1).

-, Ric., i. g. 1383 (86).

-, Thos., priest, ii. 181.

-, (Mydleton), Thos., i. 537:—p. 771.

Middlewich, Chesh., i. g. 1383 (38); ii. 574:—g. 476 (85), 771 (10).

Middlezoy (Myddelsowy), Soms., ii. g. 648 (5).

Midel. See Middle.

Midhurst (Midherst), Suss., i. g. 1537 (10).

Midleborough. See Middelburg.

Midsomer Norton, Soms., ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–6).

Midwinter, Thos., i. g. 302 (65).

-, Wm, i. g. 302 (65).

Mielane. See Milan.

Mighel, Don. See Michael.

-, John, i. 870.

Mighell, Cornelis, i. 147 (2).

Mikfeld, Suff. See Mickfield.

Miklowe, John, clerk-comptroller of the Household (a.d. 1509–20) ii. g. 773 i. (10).

Milan (Millan, Mielane), duchy of, i. 233, 513, 749, 794, 820; ii. 248, 297, 346, 496 (p. 257), 725:—g. 648 (36).

-, governor of. See Guasto, Marquis of.

Milan, city, i. 231 (p. 112), 418, 542, 1048, 1104, 1407.

-, letter dated at, i. 756.

-, captain of justice at, i. 96.

Milan, abp. of. See Este, J. de.

Milborn St. Andrew's, Dors., i. 1046.

Milbornes, the Northumberland family, ii. 428.

Milcombe, Oxon, i. p. 783.

Mildemaie. See Mildmay.

Mildenhall, Suff., ii. 320 (3):—g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Mildenhall, Wilts, i. g. 718 (11).

Mildmay, Edward, i. 1269.

-, (Mildemaie), Thos., auditor, i. 309, 537, 643 (f. 86), 1280 (5), 1379:—p. 774:—g. 302 (30), 1383 (67); ii. 74, 775 (f. 95):—p. 439:—g. 476 (p. 247).

-, -, signature of, ii. 74.

-, -, Avicia his wife, ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

-, Walter, King's auditor, general surveyor in the Augmentations (1 Jan., 1547), signature of, i. 1032, 1120, 1151, 1157, 1168, 1249 (2), 1280 (1 passim, 6), 1351, 1401; ii. 534, 749:—g. 332 (34), 648 (48), 771 (12),

-, -, other references, i. 561:—p. 774:—g. 1166(71); ii. 199 (12), 273, 331 (43), 647 (14, 39), 754, 770 (76):—p. 434:—g. 771 (1).

Mildryche, Hen., i. p. 771.

Mile, Hen., ii. g. 476 (88).

Mile End (Mileende). Essex, ii. g. 476 (107).

Miles, Thos., alias Moyle, yeoman of the Ewry, i. 963 (46):—g. 970 (17).

-, Wm., i. 1487.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, i. 597.

Milhoffen, in Germany, ii. 967 (15).

Millan. See Milan.

Millayner, Chr. See Carcano.

Mille or Milles, George, i. 643 (f. 67):—pp. 775, 781.

-, (Myll), John, i. 643 (f. 76).

-, John, of Southampton, i. g. 716 (20), 1383 (110 p. 693).

-, -, Alice his wife, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

-, (Mill), Ric., i. g. 1383 (108).

-, Thos., i. g. 1383 (108); ii. 436:—g. 332 (25).

-, Wm, ii. 199 (91).

Millen, John, ii. g. 771 (14).

Miller, John, i. g. 504 (14).

-, Nic., ii. g. 771 (37).

-, Thos., i. g. 302 (64), 504 (47); ii. g. 773 i. (14).

Milles. See Mille.

Millett, John, i. 643 (f. 4); ii. 775 (f. 4).

Millgate (Mylgat), Nic., ii. g. 773 ii. (18).

Millicent. See Milsent.

Milliner, Chr. See Caxcano.

-, (Millyoner), Mark, bills of, ii. 769 iii. (1, 3, 4).

Millington, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Millington, John, i. g. 970 (32).

Milliton (Mylleton, Mylaton), John, captain of St. Michael's Mount, i. 91 (Cornw.), 961; ii. 472 (p. 223).

Millone, —, chief engineer in the French service, i. 981.

Millusiani. See Mulhausen.

Milly en Gastinoys, in France, letter dated at, i. 1325.

Miln, Robt., i. 159.

Milnegate, Wm., i. p. 773.

Milnehill, Cumb., ii. p. 439.

Milner, Agnes, ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Edw., ii. g. 648 (17).

-, John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357), 1166 (26).

-, John, a Scot, i. 1279 (p. 628).

-, Thos., ii. g. 476 (79).

-, Wm., i. 643 (f. 13):—p. 778; ii. 775 (ff. 18, 37).

Milne Rigg, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 627).

Milsam, Reynold, i. 643 (f. 34); ii. 775 (f. 49).

Milsent (Milesent, Millicent), John, i. 1119, 1124, 1197; ii. 775 (f. 85).

Milson, Nicholas, clerk of works in Ireland, ii. g. 476 (43).

Milsted (Mylstede), Kent, ii. g. 200 (10).

Milsungen. See Melsungen.

Miltenberg (Miltelberg), in Germany, ii. 566.

Milton, Berks, i. g. 1166 (29, 73 p. 581).

Milton, Devon, in Buckland Monachorum, i. g. 716 (19).

Milton, Essex. See Middleton.

Milton, Glouc., i. g. 717 (5).

Milton (Midleton), Kent, i. p. 774; ii. g. 200 (10).

-, Roggehill, ii. p. 439.

Milton, Oxon, i. g. 504 (8).

Milton, Soms., i. p. 775.

Milton Abbas (Myddelton or Middelton Tregonwell), Dors., i. 613.

-, abbey (supp.), i. p. 773; ii. g. 220 (19, 50), 648 (11).

Milton Erneys, Beds, ii. p. 441.

Milton by Gravesend, Kent, ii. p. 436.

Milverton, Soms., i. g. 504 (42).

Milverton, Warw., i. g. 1537 (7).

Milward, Mr., ii. 291.

-, Eliz., i. 643 (f. 16); ii. 775 (f. 23).

-, Sancia, ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

-, Wm., i. 643 (f. 85); ii. 331 (18), 770 (27):—g. 476 (p. 246).

Mims (Mymmes), Herts, i. 1222.

Mims, North- (Northmymmes), Herts, i. g. 1166 (38).

Mims, South- (Southmymes), Herts and Midd., i. p. 780:—g. 504 (32); ii. g. 648 (46), 771 (6).

Minches manor, Kent, ii. p. 436.

Minden, bp. of. See Munster.

Minehead (Mynnet, Meneth), Soms., i. 946, 1267; ii. p. 457.

Mines, mining and miners, i. 402. See also Ireland.

Minors, Hugh, i. 1280 (f. 12).

Minour, Humph., escheator of Staff. (a.d. 1542), ii. g. 773 ii. (p. 430).

Minster, Kent, i. p. 776.

Minster in Sheppey, Kent, i. p. 773; ii. g. 200 (10, 24).

Minster in Thanet, Kent, i. p. 775.

Minsterworth, Glouc., i. g. 1383 (110); ii. 436.

Minto, in Scotland, laird of. See Turnbull.

Mints, the, i. 148 (42), 650 (32–49), 1386. See also London (Tower), Canterbury, Bristol, Southwark and York.

Mintzaw, Dietrich, a German leader, i. 194 (2).

Minwear (Mynwere), co. Pembroke, i. g. 1166 (61).

Mirabyll, Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Miranda, Christopher de, i. 605.

-, Martin de, or Martin Sanchez, i. 235, 591, 774, 801, 1302, 1332, 1468, 1472.

Mirandula or Mirandola (Armyrandula), in Italy, i. 78, 441, 673, 1048.

Mirandula or Mirandola, Galeotto Pico count of, and of Concordia, i. 436, 441, 604, 1048; ii. 314, 496 (p. 257), 507, 522, 603.

Mirepoix, in France, bpric. of, ii. 78.

-, bp. of. See Betoun, Card.; also La Guiche, C.

Miserden (Myserder), Glouc., ii. 389:—g. 476 (60).

Miskin lordship and forest, co. Glamorgan, i. g. 1537 (30).

Misnia or Meissen (Mesne), margrave of. See Saxony, Duke Maurice of.

Missenden or Great Missenden, Bucks., ii. g. 773 i. (15).

-, abbey (supp), i. p. 776:—g. 1537 (23, 35); ii. g. 476 (96).

Missenden Parva, Bucks., i. g. 1537 (23, 35).

Misson (Mysfyn), Notts., ii. g. 476 (25).

Mister Grego. See Grego.

Misterton, Notts., i. g. 1166 (65), 1357 (17 p. 763); ii. g. 476 (25).

Mitcham (Micham), Surr., ii. g. 648 (28).

Mitchell Dean (Mychell Deane), Glouc., ii. 436.

Mitcheldever (Mycheldevor, Mycheldever), Hants, i. g. 1383 (92, 110 p. 693); ii. g. 200 (34).

Mitcheldever hundred, Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Miter, Mr., i. 147.

Mitford, Chr., escheator of Nthld., ii. g. 773 ii. (p. 430).

Mitton (Mutton), Staff., ii. g. 648 (2).

Mitton (Mylton), Adam, escheator of Salop and Marches (a.d. 1532), i. g. 302 (30 bis); ii. 472 (Radnor):—g. 773 i. (p. 425).

-, Ric., ii. 472 (Merion).

-, (Amytton), Rog., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Mobberley (Modberley), Chesh., i. g. 1383 (38).

Mocenigo, Alvise, Venetian ambassador with the Emperor, i. 754, 999, 1004; ii. 306, 495, 511, 613 (p. 313), 670.

-, -, letter from, ii. 306.

-, -, letter to, i. 754.

-, Giovanni Francesco, ii. 567 (2), 603, 741.

Moche, Robt., i. g. 1537 (7).

Mochelham priory. See Michelham.

Mochelney. See Muchelney.

Modberley, Chesh. See Mobberley.

Modena, ii. 384.

Modie. See Mody.

Modlicote, Salop. See Medlicott.

Modole, Annibal de, an Italian, i. 544.

Modye (Moodye), Edm., i. 3; ii. 331 (47):—g. 332 (44).

-, (Modie, Moody), Ric., auditor of Purchased Lands, i. 1280 (ff. 36–8):—g. 302 (30); ii. 775 (f. 105).

-, Robert, i. 791.

-, (Modyie), Wm., ii. g. 332 (87).

Moers (Muers) and Wied, Count of, i. 165 (p. 84).

Moffat (Moffet), in Scotland, ii. 104.

Moghtre, co. Montgom. See Moughtrey.

Mogo. See Negro.

Moile. See Moyle.

Moinynges. See Monynges.

Mokin Hall (Malkinshall) or New Hall, near Pakenham, Suff., i. g. 149 (8).

Molasses, i. 946.

Moldecote, Salop. See Medlicott.

Moldeworth, Chesh. See Mouldsworth.

Molembais (Mollembays), Philip de Lanoy sieur de, i. 52 ii.

Molesworth (Molsworth, Mollesworth), John, escheator of Ntht. and Rutl. (a.d. 1523), ii. g. 648 (39, 52), 773 i. (p. 424).

Molfete, prince of. See Gonzaga, F.

Molland, Devon, i. g. 504 (47).

Molle, John, i. g. 1166 (38).

Mollembays. See Molembais.

Mollesworth. See Molesworth.

Mollington, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 335–6).

Molton, John, i. g. 717 (13).

Molyneux (Moleneulx), Edm., King's serjeant at law, i. g. 1383 (41); ii. 156:—g. 476 (107).

Molyns, Wm., escheator of Oxon and Berks (a.d. 1521, 1527), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Molyns, in France. See Moulins.

Mompesson (Mountepeson), Mr., i. 1027 (1, 2); ii. 181.

-, (Mounpesson), Edm., i. g. 302 (62).

-, (Mumpsen), Edw., i. 1384 (p. 696).

-, (Mounpeson), John, i. g. 302 (61).

Mona. See Anglesea.

Monasteries (monks, etc.), i. 476, 894, 935.

-, suppression of, i. g. 970 (18).

Monastic pensions. See Pensions.

Monastic vows, i. 131.

Moncheron, Peter de, i. 769.

Moncrieff (Muncreif), Robt., i. 1363–4.

Monday. See Mondye.

Mondegny, co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1383 (27).

Monden, Essex. See Mundon.

Mondford, Mr., ii. 553.

Mondye (Mundye, Munday), Eliz., ii. g. 476 (85, 107 p. 247), 771 (7).

-, (Mondaye), Joan, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, (Mundye), John, ii. g. 476 (85, 107 p. 247).

-, (Monday), Thos., priest, ii. 548n.

-, (Mondeye, Mundye), Vincent, surveyor of victuals at Boulogne, i. 42, 359, 471 (p. 220), 566, 732; ii. 672.

-, (Mundye), Wm., ii. g. 476 (1).

Mone, Edm., i. 643 (f. 92).

-, Ewin, ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Wm., i. g. 149 (14).

Mongia (Mugia, Mungia), in Gallicia, i. 986; ii. 11.

Monheim (Manheym), in Bavaria, letter dated at, ii. 313.

Monie, Edm., ii. 775 (f. 93).

Monigton or Monington. See Monnington.

Monk Bretton (Monkbrytton), Yorks., i. p. 779.

-, priory (supp.), i. pp. 770, 779 bis:—g. 504 (47), 1383 (66).

Monkeffeld, John, ii. 769 ii. (7).

Monke Geye, Salop. See Meol.

Monkeman, Wm., ii. p. 441.

Monkes Seale, Devon. See Zeal Monachorum.

Monkhall (Monkehall), in Crosthwaite, Cumb., ii. g. 332 (53).

Monkmeil, Salop. See Meol.

Monksbere (Bere), Devon, ii. g. 200 (19).

Monk Seaton (Monkeyseyton), Nthld., i. pp. 781, 785.

Monks Kirby (Munkes Kyrkebye), Warw., ii. pp. 433, 438, 440:—g. 648 (51).

Monkton, Yorks., i. p. 783.

Monkton chapel, Wilts, ii. p. 436.

Monkton manor, Kent, ii. g. 200 (10).

Monkton, Nun-, Yorks. See Nun Monkton.

Monkton, West. See West Monkton.

Monkwell (Monkewell), Dors., i. 1280 (f. 28).

Monluc. See Montluc.

Monmouth (Monmowythe, Monnemouth), i. g. 1383 (23).

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 47), 644; ii. 775 (f. 65).

Monmouth, Eliz., i. 1382 (67):—g. 1537 (8).

Monmouthshire, i. g. 302 (30).

-, sheriff of, ii. 472. See Kemys, J. (1545–6); Walshe, Ant. (1546–7).

Monney, Thos., ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

-, Wm., ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Monnington (Monigton, Monington), Marg., i. 643 (f. 6); ii. 775 (f. 7).

-, (Monyngton), Thos., ii. 472.

Monox, —, i. 91 (Surrey).

Mons (Mownse), in Flanders, i. 511.

Monsell, John, i. g. 1537 (10).

Monselowe, John, ii. 185.

Monson (Mounson), John, ii g 476 (85, 96).

-, (Mounson), Wm., escheator of Linc. (a.d. 1536), i. 91 (Linc ):—g. 970 (62 p. 489); 11.g. 773 ii. (p. 430).

Monstruell. See Montreuil.

Mont, (Mount, Montius, Mownt), Christopher, a German in Henry VIII.'s service, letters from, i. 28–9, 45–6, 76–7, 97–8, 129–30, 191–2, 237–8, 325–6, 385, 475–6, 490–1, 596, 730–1, 799, 808, 1126, 1285–6; ii. 313, 377–8, 438–41, 558, 624–5.

-, -, letters to, i. 194, 272, 398, 430, 580, 600, 624, 747, 834; ii. 208.

-, -, handwriting of, i. 186, 194 (2), 398 (3).

-, -, memorial for, i. 581 (3).

-, -, other references, 1, 155, 169, 176, 180, 181 (pp. 90–1), 228, 265, 278, 368, 423 (pp. 198–9), 424, 581 (3), 582 (pp. 284, 286), 643 (ff. 65, 69, 77, 80), 664–5, 742, 752, 796, 798, 1129, 1167, 1493; ii. 143, 235, 303, 616, 673, 775 (ff. 83, 89, 92, 99).

Montacute (Mountague, Montague), Soms., priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 47):—g. 149 (40), 302 (64), 504 (47); 11. 775 (f. 64):—g. 200 (9).

Montague (Mountagew), Sir Henry Pole lord, executed in 1538, brother of Cardinal Pole, i. 643 (f. 52); 11. 775 (f. 68):—g. 200 (35), 332(26, 91), 772 (2).

Montague (Mountague, Mountagew), Sir Edward, chief justice of Common Pleas, i. 148 (17), 643 (ff. 31, 40–1, 56). 1180n.:—g. 716 (20), 970 (5, 32), 1166 (60), 1383 (17, 47, 110 p. 693); ii. 634 (1, 10), 647 (21), 682. 696–7, 775 (ff. 46, 56–7, 72):—p. 439:—g. 332 (29, 31, 74), 476 (53, 58–9, 73, 80, 87, 105), 648 (52).

Montargis, in France, i. 654.

Monte, Gianmaria Cardinal de, bp. of Præneste, one of the Legates of the Council of Trent, i. 181, 1175, 1193, 1272. 1277, 1287, 1353, 1356, 1419, 1451, 1496, 1505, 1511, 1522; ii. 18, 56, 105–6, 119, 228, 249, 285, 298, 412.

-, -, letter from, ii. 106.

-, -, letters to, i. 1175, 1193, 1272, 1277, 1353, 1356, 1419, 1451, 1496, 1505, 1511, 1522; ii. 18, 56, 105, 228, 249, 285, 298, 412.

Monte, Doctor, of Padua, i. 1272.

Monteagle (Mountegle), Sir Thomas Stanley lord, i. g. 970 (32), 1383 (107); ii. 712 xi., 759.

Montesa, —, i. 1288.

Montferrat, Marquisate of, in Italy, i. 604, 749.

Montgomery hundred and town, ii. 446, 537.

Montgomery, Gabriel de, sieur de Lorges, q.v.

Montgomery, Sir Neil, ii. 411, 429, 451.

Montgomeryshire, i. g. 302 (30); ii. 446.

-, sheriffs (1544–7), ii 472.

Mont Hulin (Mounthewly) in the Boulonnais, i. 1530.

Montignyi, Mademoiselle de, i. 1212.

Montio (Montius, Mutio, Nuncius), Ludovico, i. 675, 677, 742, 1147, 1165 (80), 1382 (61); ii. 227, 684, 775 (f. 85).

Montjoy. See Mountjoy.

Montluc (Monluc, Monluke, Monlucke, Monluck), Jean de, French envoy to the Turk in 1545, i. 45, 63, 233, 558, 616, 632–3, 639, 654, 660, 662, 670, 682, 685, 690, 700, 710–11, 741, 749, 751, 761–3, 775, 805, 830, 855, 871, 873, 885, 903, 938, 949–50, 994, 1130, 1384 (p. 694), 1530; ii. 78, 478.

-, -, letter from, i. 654.

Montmorency, Anne de, Constable of France, i. 871; ii. 255, 384 (p. 187).

Montoa, Constantia de, ii. 57.

Montoire (Montory), in the Emperor's country near Ardres, i. 507.

Montoison, M. de, i. 1384 (p. 694).

Montpellier (Montbelyard), ii. 255.

Montpensier, Charles de Bourbon duke of, i. 1394 (4).

Montpensier, Louis duke of, ii. 255 (p. 121).

Montpesat (Mount Pesack), Anthoine des Prez sieur de, .i. 1384 (p. 694); ii. p. 466.

Montquhany. See Mount Quhanie.

Montreuil (Monstruell, Monstrell, Mutterell, Monstreull), in Picardy, i. 33, 364, 471 (2), 481 (p. 227), 622, 643 (f. 73), 660, 670, 682, 686, 690, 692–4, 706, 779 (2), 819, 862, 864, 981, 989, 1299, 1318–9, 1337, 1396; ii. 31, 158–9, 376:—p. 470.

-, letters dated at, i. 1271, 1306–7 1313.

-, plan of fortifications, ii. p. 469.

Montrose, William Graham earl of, i. 1002.

Montrose, —, master of, i. 1404.

Mont St. Etienne. See St. Etienne.

Monyn, Ric., ii. 39.

Monynchger. See Munich.

Monynges (Monings), Edw., i. 1384 (p. 695).

-, (Moinynges), John, i. 1280 (§ 1 f. 41, §§ 2, 3).

-, Ric., i. p. 780.

-, (Moonynges), Sibyl, ii. g. 200 (10).

Monynut, Middle and Nether, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

-, the goodman of Nether- monynet, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Monynut, Over- (Overe Monynet), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Moodye. See Mody.

Moone, John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

Moonynges. See Monynges.

Moore (More), Chesh., ii. g. 476 (96).

Moore. See More.

Moor Grange (Moregraunge), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Moorland (Moreland), Soms., i. p. 769.

Moor Monkton (Moremonkton), co. city of York, ii. g, 476 (96).

Moor Park or the More, Herts, ii. 754 (p. 386).

-, treaty of (30 Aug., 1526), i. 1014; ii. 65, 160.

Moors, the, i. 1374.

Moorwinston. See Morwenstow.

Moote. See Mote.

Mor, Bock, a captain of Germans, i. 129 (2).

Mora (More, Moro), Antonio de, a Spanish captain in French service, i. 1108, 1184, 1207, 1216, 1218, 1232, 1239, 1257–9, 1292, 1298, 1367.

Morall, Chr., ii. 185.

-, Hugh, ii. 185.

Moraunt, —, i. 1280 (3).

-, Wm., i. 643 (f. 37); ii. 775 (f. 52).

Moravia, ii. 679.

Moray, in Scotland, i. 852.

Moray (Murray), Patrick Hepburn, bp. of, i. 1002; ii. 211, 226, 231, 473, 544, 575–6. See also Stewart, A.

Morbathe, Devon. See Morebath.

Morcombe, John, rector of Slapton College, i. p. 778.

Mordaunt, John lord, i. g. 070 (32); ii. 759:—g. 648 (25 p. 337).

Mordaunte, Edm., i. g. 1383 (18).

-, Robt., escheator of Essex and Herts (a.d. 1530), ii. 472:— g. 773 i. (p. 425).

Morden (Mordon), Dors., i. p. 781.

Mordiford, Heref., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Mordon, Kent. See Marden.

Mordon, Steeple. See Steeple Mordon.

More, Cheah. See Moore.

More, Salop, i. g. 1166 (57), 1383 (110).

More, —, ii. 325.

-, (More), Dame Alice, widow, i. 148 (124):—g. 1166 (38).

-, Sir Chr., King's remembrancer of the Exchequer, i. g. 302 (30), 970 (32), 1383 (48); ii. g. 332 (42, 49), 476 (35, 63, 91), 773 ii. (3).

-, Eliz., i. g. 1537 (35); ii. g. 332 (56).

-, Henry, abbot of Tower Hill, London, i. 643 (f. 16); ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Hugh, ii. 775 (f. 25).

-, Sir John, i. g. 1166 (38).

-, John, escheator of Camb. and Hunts, (a.d. 1518), ii. g. 773 i.

-, (Moore), John, i. 1165 (28):—g. 1537 (35); ii. 770 (35).

-, John. See also Bythemore.

-, (Moore), Ric., i. 836, 845; ii. g. 476 (96).

-, Robt., clk., i. p. 778.

-, Robt., i. g. 1166 (50); ii. 712 xv.:—g. 200 (35), 476 (96).

-, (Moore), Roger, i. g. 1537 (17); ii. 770 (19).

-, Sir Thomas (executed in 1535), i. g. 1166 (38); ii. g. 773 i. (33).

-, Thos., ii. 712 xv.:—g. 200 (35).

-, W., ii. 185.

-, Wm., i. 1280 (f. 27):—g. 1537 (21); ii. g. 648 (38, 62 p. 348).

-, See also Amore.

More Abbesse, Hants, ii. g. 648 (11).

Morebath (Morbathe), Devon, ii. g. 476 (104).

Morebattle (Merbottle, Marbottle), in Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 625, 627, 629).

Moregraunge, Yorks. See Moor Grange.

Moreholme, Westmld., ii. g. 771 (62).

Moreland, Soms. See Moorland.

Moreleye. See Morley.

Morelpenn, Devon, ii. g. 200 (19).

More Malwyn, Hants, ii. g. 648 (11).

Moremonkton, Yorks. See Moor Monkton.

Mores. See Morice.

Moresby, Thos., i. p. 781.

Moreta. See Morette.

Moreto. See Moretto.

Moreton, Dham., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Moreton, Ntht. See Morton.

Moreton Corbett. See Morton Corbett.

Moreton, Maids- (Made Morton), Bucks., ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–5, 337).

Moreton, Agnes, i. g. 504 (47 p. 251).

-, Edw., i. g. 149 (40).

-, Robt., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

-, Thos., escheator of Staff., ii. g. 773 ii.

-, See also Morton.

Moretoya, Captain Fernando de, i. 1433.

Morette (Moreta, Morret), M. de, i. 1185, 1200, 1298, 1300, 1348, 1352 i., ii., 1365, 1371 ("French ambassador"), 1384 (pp. 694, 697), 1405; ii. 15, 28, 36, 44, 62, 129, 144, (p. 60), 199 (58).

Moretto, Antonio de, i. 1523.

-, (Moreto) or Curao Moretto, Captain Petro de, an Italian, i. 300, 1302, 1382 (21); ii. 775 (f. 89).

Morewynstowe, Cornw. See Morwenstow.

Morfeld, Salop. See Morville.

Morgan abbey. See Margam.

Morgan, —, i. 91 (Surrey).

-, Anne, ii. g. 772 (4).

-, Captain. See Morgante.

-, Edw., ii. g. 476 (24).

-, Giles, ii. p. 433.

-, John, ii. 472 (Brecon).

-, Philip, i. 1445.

-, Ric., i. p. 775.

-, Thos., i. g. 1166 (65); ii. g. 772 (4).

-, Wm., ii. g. 476 (24).

Morgante (Morgan), Captain, an Italian, i. 164 (2).

Morguyson. See Marguison.

Morice, Duke. See Saxony.

Morice, Sir Chr. (died in 1545), ii. p. 436.

-, (Morrys), Eliz. lady, widow of Sir Christopher, i. 1165 (4); ii. p. 436.

-, (Mores, Morys), Ellis, i. g. 302 (55); ii. 472 (Caern.).

-, (Morres), John, clk., i. 947.

-, (Morrys, Mores), John, i. 549:—g. 504 (34); ii. g. 476 (55), 771 (7, 21).

-, (Morrys), Peter, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, (Morris), Ric., i. 643 (ff. 74, 86).

-, (Morris), Roger, ii. 185.

-, (Moris), Rys, ii. 446.

-, (Morris), Thos., i. 963 (18).

-, (Morres, Morrys), Wm., i. 835, 1326; ii. 770 (18).

Moriglia, Dr., ii. 249, 285.

Morison (Morrison, Morasyne, Morryssyn), Richard, of the Privy Chamber, ambassador to Denmark (Dec, 1546), i. 478, 585, 643 (f. 90), 649; ii. g. 199 (1), 640, 647 (50), 662 ("Norrys"), 679, 680, 684, 707, 758, 770 (2), 775 (ff. 85, 97):—g. 200 (14, 50), 476 (98), 648 (25 pp. 334, 336).

-, -, letters from, ii. 680, 707, 758.

-, Thos., i. g. 302 (13).

Morisoune, John, a Scot, ii. 278.

Morley, Derb., i. 967. ii. 183:—g. 332 (76) 771 (10).

Morley, Henry Parker lord, i. 91 (Herts), 643 (f. 70), 1384 (p. 695 ter):—g. 970 (32); ii. 759:—g. 771 (30).

Morley (Moreleye), Robt., ii. 199 (26):—g. 200 (46), 648 (51 p. 343).

-, (Morlez, Morlye), Thos., i. 650 (82):—g. 718 (7); ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

Moro, Ant. See Mora.

Morocco (Marrocke), Straits of, ii. g. 648 (44).

Morone (Morow), John, Cardinal, ii. 119 (?), 164, 277.

-, -, letter to, ii. 119 (?).

Morret, near Fontainebleau, i. 1405.

Morret, M. de. See Morette.

Morris. See Morice.

Morrison. See Morison.

Morrys. See Morice.

Morryssyn. See Morison.

Mortaigne, Godefroi de, lieutenant of Gravelines, i. 1500; ii. 301.

-, -, letter from, ii. 301.

Mortemer, Fynyng, ii. 769 iv. (4).

Mortlake, Surr., i. 1384.

Mortofte, Ela, i. g. 1383 (74).

-, John, i. g. 1383 (74).

Morton (Moreton), Notts, ii. g. 648 (22).

Morton, Nthld., i. pp. 781, 785.

Morton Abbots, Wore. See Abbots Morton.

Morton (Moreton) Corbett, Salop, i. g. 302 (25).

Morton Pinkney (Moreton Pynkeney), Ntht., i. g. 302 (65), 970 (62).

Morton Underbill, Worc., i. g. 302 (64).

Morton, —, grocer's apprentice, i. 759.

-, John, Cardinal, abp. ot Canterbury (a.d. 1486 to 1500), ii. g. 200 (10).

-, John, escheator of Soms. And Dors. (a.d. 1518), ii. g. 773 i.

-, Nic., ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, (Moreton), Ric., i. g. 302 (65), 1166 (57).

-, (Moreton), Robt., i. g. 302 (65 bis).

-, Roland, escheator of Worc. (a.d. 1516), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, Thurston, ii. p. 438.

Mortoun, earl of, i. 1456.

Morvell, John, i. 1360.

Morvern, dean of. See Macdonald, R.

Morville (Morfeld), Salop, grange or cell of, i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Morwenstow (Morewynstowe), Cornw., i. g. 1166 (73).

Morwent, Robert, president of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, signature of, i. 244.

Morwyn, Hugh, ii. g. 476 (85).

-, Matth., ii. g. 476 (85).

-, Stephen, ii. g. 476 (85).

-, Wm., ii. g. 476 (85).

Moryng, Ric., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Mose Howse. See Moss Tower.

Moselle river, i. 1459, 1477.

Mosse Houses, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Mosseman, Gerard, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

Mossez, Chesh., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Moss Tower (Mose Howse), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Moston, Piers, ii. 472 (Flint).

Mote, in Fishpole, Kent, i. 1280 (f. 40).

Mote manor juxta Maidstone, Kent, ii. g. 200 (41).

Mote (Moote) park, Kent, ii. 199 (99).

Mote (Moote), Wm., S.T.B., King's chaplain, ii. 199 (24):—g. 200 (47).

Mother's Malyson or God's Malyson (Goddismalleson), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Mothvey (Mothevey), co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1383 (88).

Mott, Steph., i. g. 149 (33).

Mottesforth, Hen., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Mottram (Motram, Motteram), Chesh., i. g. 970 (38); ii. g. 771 (10).

Moughtrey (Moghtre), co. Montgom., ii. 537.

Mouldsworth (Moldeworth), Chesh., ii. 433.

Mouldsworth (Moldesworthe), Parva, Chesh., i. g. 302 (21).

Moulins (Molyns), in France, i. 1292, 1405, 1489, 1523.

-, letters dated at, i. 1489–90, 1495, 1521.

Moulsham (Mulsehame), Essex, i. 537.

Moulton, Linc., ii. g. 332 (79).

Moulton, John, ii. g. 200 (32).

Mouncton, Monm. See Mounton.

Mounforde or Mounforth. See Mountford.

Mounkton priory, in South Wales. See Pembroke.

Mounpeson. See Mompesson.

Mounslowe, Ric., abbot of Winchcombe, i. p. 777.

-, (Munsloo), Wm., i. 1351, 1430.

Mounson. See Monson.

Mounsters. See Munster.

Mount. See Mont.

Mountagew or Mountague priory. See Montacute.

Mountaigne, Eliz., i. 643 (f. 5).

Mountains, the. See Alps.

Mountegle. See Monteagle.

Mountepeson. See Mompesson.

Mountford, Edw., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 681); ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Mountforth), George, ii. g. 771 (37).

-, (Mountforth), Marg., ii. g. 771 (37).

-, (Mounforde), Osbert, i. 124; ii. 697 (p. 366), (775 (ff. 85, 95).

-, Sibilla, i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

-, (Mounforth), Simon, escheator of Warw. and Leic. (a.d. 1530), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Mountgrace, Yorks., Charterhouse (supp.), i. 643 (f. 51):—pp. 777, 779, 781–2:—g. 504 (31), 1537 (7); ii. 775 (f. 68).

-, prior. See Wilson, J.

Mounthewly. See Mont Hulin.

Mountjoy (Montjoy), Charles Blount lord (1535–45), brother of the Marchioness of Exeter, i. p. 783; ii. 554 (p. 283), 774 (p. 440), 775 (f. 68).

Mountnessing (Gynge Mounteney) Essex, i. g. 149 (32).

Mounton (Mouncton, Monketon), Monm., ii. pp. 434, 441.

Mount Pesack. See Montpesat.

Mount Quhanie (Montquhany), laird of, ii. 576.

Mount St. John, near Feliskirk, Yorks., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, i. p. 782–4:—g. 1383 (66); ii. p. 439.

Mount's Bay, Cornw., i. 961,1086.

Mouraye. See Murray.

Mousehole (Mulseholl), Cornw., ii. p. 455.

Mouseley, Hen., ii. g. 332 (7).

Moushe, John, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Mowbray (Mowbreye) family, arms of, i. 1425; ii. 555 (17).

Mowe, in Scotland, and the laird of, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Mower, Robt., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Mownse. See Mons.

Mownt. See Mont.

Mowryche or Mowryshe, Duke. See Saxony, Duke Maurice of.

Mowsdale, Robt., i. 1484.

Moyen, Captain. See La Moyene.

Moyle, John, i. 91 (1 ii., 2, 3, Leic.).

-, (Moile, Moyell), Sir Thomas, one of the General Surveyors, general surveyor in the Augmentations (1 Jan., 1547), letters from, i. 944, 1476; ii. 210, 328, 338, 437.

-, -, signature of, i. 1469, 1524:—g. 302 (26, 41), 717 (10, 11), 970 (57), 1166 (4, 38, 41), 1383 (25, 28, 36, 38, 62, 75), 1537 (18); ii. 74, 749:—g. 332 (78), 476 (82, 84, 92), 648 (48).

-, -, other references, i. 136, 148 (7, 32, 80), 150, 963 (51), 1330, 1379, 1382 (53), 1427, 1444, 1469, 1525, 1528, 1530:—g. 149 (24), 302 (30, 53–5, 65 p. 153), 504 (5, 34), 717 (3, 11), 718 (3, 20, 32, 38–9, 55, 57, 59), 1166 (4, 6, 7, 10, 38, 41), 1383 (22, 27, 35, 40, 51, 58, 67, 77–8, 85–6, 88, 90, 101–2), 1537 (26, 30); ii. 11, 67–8, 74, 83, 107–8, 114, 122, 134, 196, 422, 447, 475 (92), 647 (38), 775 (f. 88, 91, 95, 97):—p. 434:—g. 200 (7, 15), 332 (78, 81, 88), 476 (82), 648 (48, 55, 57), 771 (1).

-, (Moile), Thos., ii. 148 (81):—g. 332 (26).

-, Thos., alias Miles, q.v.

-, Walter, i. 1384 (p. 695).

Moyse, Robt., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

-, (Moys), Thos., i. 116; ii. 102 (2).

Muchelney (Mochelney), Soms., abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 32).

Muers, Count of. See Moers.

Muesycke. See Musica.

Mugge, Walter, i. p. 778.

Mugia. See Mongia.

Muklowe, Wm., escheator of Worc. (a.d. 1522), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Mules and mulettes, i. 1346, 1352.

Mulhausen (Millusiani); Swiss city in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84).

Mullier, Hans, i. 164 (2).

Mulsehame, Essex. See Moulsham.

Mulseholl, Cornw. See Mousehole.

Mulsey, Robt., i. 650 (16).

Mulsho, Benedict, clk., M.A., ii. 199 (45):—g. 332 (11).

Multon, Hugh, i. g. 1537 (21).

-, John, i. g. 1537 (21).

Mumby, Wm., i. g. 1166 (37).

Mumpelgard, count. See Wirtemberg, Duke George of.

Mumpsen. See Mompesson.

Munch, Jacob, i. 581 (2).

Munchausen, Johannes à, son of Stalmus, a German leader, i. 194 (2).

Muncreif. See Moncrieff.

Mundon (Monden), Essex, ii. g. 771 (24).

Mundye. See Mondye.

Munich (Munichen, Monynchger), in Bavaria, i. 1480, 1491.

Mungia, in Gallicia. See Mongia.

Mungoy, Matth., i. g. 1166 (73).

Munke, John, i. g. 1166 (26).

Munkes Kyrkebye, Warw. See Monks Kirby.

Munnockes manor, Norf., i. p. 771.

Munquhany, laird of, i. 1363–4.

Munsloo. See Mounslowe.

Munster (Menster, Menstre), in Germany, bpric. and city of, i. 330–3, 378, 455, 1238.

Münster (Menstre, Mwnyster), Francis von Waldeck, bp. of, and of Osnaburg and Minden, i. 28, 165 (p. 84),256, 395, 473, 780; ii. 377.

Munster (the two Mounsters), in Ireland, i. 915.

Munster berg, Duke of, i. 165.

Murerose. See Melrose.

Muresley, Bucks. See Mursley.

Murray, in Scotland. See Moray.

Murray (Mouraye), David, ii. 695.

-, Wm., laird of Tullibardine, q.v.

Mursley (Muresley), Bucks, priory (supp.), ii. g. 476 (101).

Mursman, Michael, i. 147 (2).

Muryell, Marion, i. p. 779.

Musca. See Musica.

Muschamp (Muscience), Clement, i. 1279 (p. 626).

-, (Mustyan), Wm., escheator of Surr. and Suss. (a.d. 1530), i. g. 1537 (24); ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Muscovit (Muscounte), —, a captain of Italians, i. 643 (f. 66).

Musgrave, Cuthb., escheator of Cumb. and Westmld. (a.d. 1522), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, Sir Edw., i. g. 504 (31).

-, John, i. 1279.

-, Ric., i. 963 (22), 1166 (33, 64).

-, .Sir Wm, i. g. 1166 (33, 64).

Music:

lute playing, i. 1206; ii. 417.

virginal playing, ii. 417.

Musica (Musca, Muesycke), Anthony, i. 126, 337, 369, 514, 747, 1070 (3); ii. 613.

Muskett, Henry, i. g. 1537 (35).

Mustarde, Joseph, ii. 199 (7).

Musters, i. 64, 67, 91, 124, 136, 150, 363 (2), 416, 479, 591, 774, 853, 961, 1417; ii. 58, 63, 89–91, 144, 149, 432–3, 436, 444 (p. 211), 446, 537, 651, 775 (f. 82–3, 90, 92–4).

-, certificates, ii. 446, 537.

-, commission, i. 67.

-, lists of commissioners for, i. 91.

Musting, Cornelius, son of John, arras maker, i. 1165 (15):—g. 1383 (52).

-, John, arras maker, i. 1165 (15):—g. 1383 (52).

Muston, Leic., i. g. 1383 (110).

Mustyan. See Muschampe.

Mutchell, Rog., i. g. 1537 (17).

Mutio, L. See Montio.

Mutterell. See Montreuil.

Mutton, Staff. See Mitton.

Mutton, George, i. 853, 937; ii. 79.

Mwnyster. See Munster.

Mycheldever. See Mitcheldever.

Mydilburg. See Middelburg.

Mydleton. See Middleton.

Myghelson, Wm., ii. g. 773 ii. (24).

Mykelham, Surr. See Mickleham.

Mykelwood, Glouc. See Michael-wood.

Mylaton. See Milliton.

Mylensis episcopus. See Ferrettus, J. P.

Myles, —, ii. 417, 448.

Mylkingthorpe, Cumb. See Melkingthorpe.

Myller, Joachim, i. 1137.

Myllestayns. See Mellerstone.

Mylleton. See Milliton.

Myllyon. See Melun.

Mylton, Essex. See Middleton.

Mylton, Adam. See Mitton.

Myners, Hugh, serjeant-at-arms, ii. g. 476 (69).

-, John, i. g. 1383 (89).

Mynge, Alex., i. p. 783.

Mynne, Edw., i. g. 1166 (11).

-, Fras., ii. p. 441.

-, John, i. g. 1166 (11).

-, (Myn), Nic., auditor (died in 1546), i. 854, 884:—p. 781:—g. 302 (30); ii. g. 476 (1, 93), 773 i. (22).

-, -, letter to, i. 854.

-, -, his wife, i. 854.

Mynnet. See Minehead.

Myotys. See Mewtas.

Myrthwait, Lancelot, Roland, and William, ii. g. 648 (17).

Myrtis. See Mewtas.

Myth. See Meath.

Myton, Yorks., i. g. 717 (13); ii. g. 771 (18, 37).

Myvod or Mywode, co. Montgomery. See Meifod.



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